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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food By Royal Canin Veterinary Diet

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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food

The gastrointestinal tract includes the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and colon. Therefore, gastrointestinal disease is defined as any abnormality involving one or more of these structures. By feeding your pet a diet that contains precise amounts of key nutrients, you can:

  • Help minimize vomiting, diarrhea,or constipation.
  • Help to support and improve the function of the gastrointestinal structures.
  • Maintain or improve appetite.

The GASTROINTESTINAL diet is formulated to help maintain the balance of gastrointestinal microflora and intestinal mucosal integrity

Key Benefits

  • Low fat concentration improves digestive function in dogs with hyperlipidemia or pancreatitis
  • Low fiber content ensures high digestibility, nutrient absorption, and limits colonic fermentation

NOTE: Royal Canin veterinary diets require a veterinary prescription. This product ships directly from Royal Canin and will arrive separately from other products ordered from This product will not be fulfilled until a copy of a valid prescription authorization is faxed to 786-528-6088 or e-mailed to

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Item Number 61821
Country of Origin
  • United States
  • Canned Food
Special Diet
  • Weight Control
  • Prescription Food
  • Royal Canin
  • Adult
  • All Stages

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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food Customer Reviews

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Low Fat LF Canned Dog Food 4.6 5 26 26
It's good for our dog who has pancreatitis. Because our dog, 20 lb. & 10 yrs. old, has pancreatitis, we must give her only this product. Because of the extremely high cost, we try to use one can over 2 days supplemented with the dry in between. I leave the dry food out all the time, and I give her about a fourth of a can in the morning, and a fourth in the evening. She likes it and eagerly awaits her "canned meals". I really don't like the new cans, because it's difficult to get all the food out that sticks beneath the rim after opening. With the cost being so high for those of us on a fixed limited income (retired), we try to take good care of her, but I don't know how long we can keep up this costly maintenance. Is there any possible way we can reduce the costs??? Our Vet says she will die if we don't use this food! I DO appreciate your timely service when ordering!!! Thank you. April 29, 2013
cornmeal & gelatin byproducts were added & an oz removed from their new pull tab can. You have to dig it out of the can because it is too dry. The added cornmeal and gelatin byproducts (horse hooves?) don't sound like a better idea. Celulose is an ingred. Maybe it is in other foods. Time to read labels with a magnifying glass. I think I will look at Science Diet RX. March 29, 2013
Product is working well! My dog has lymphangiectasia, an intestinal disease and was referred to this product. It is working great even though my dog is ALWAYS hungry, but she is healthy now after switching to this. She loves it!! April 30, 2013
Thank Goodness for this Product! My dog has lymphangiectasia (rare and life-threatening disorder of the duodenum that requires feeding an extremely low-fat diet) and this is one of two of the lowest fat dog foods on the market. I love the new pull-tab top...better than grabbing a can opener. My dog happily eats this food and I am grateful that it supports her strict dietary restrictions. April 15, 2013
Great for my dog who has dietary restrictions My dog has strict dietary restrictions and she loves this food. March 23, 2013
Low fat digestive issues This was recommended for my schnauzer about 5 years ago and has made the difference with his pancreatitis. Not an issue anymore great food! March 22, 2013
My dog loves it. I add water with it. Great for dogs with pancreatic problems like mine. April 21, 2013
Excellent for dogs with gastrointestinal issues This was recommended by my vet after an incident of pancreatitis, exacerbated by the fact that my English Spaniel thinks he is a goat, and will eat anything he can find, even though I try to keep it far out of his reach. This food helped his stomach calm down and he recovered quickly. It is quite expensive, but since my dog is almost 13, I was advised to keep him on it. Aside from finding a box of chocolate-covered caramels (wrapped in paper and ribbons, and on a high bar sink), which required stomach-pumping, he has been fine. April 8, 2013
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